Fil-Am assumes role of Miss Universe's VP for global partnerships

Fil-Am Olivia Quido-Co assumes role of Miss Universe’s VP for global partnerships

/ 08:10 PM January 24, 2024

Olivia Quido-Co | Image: Instagram/@oliviaquido

Olivia Quido-Co | Image: Instagram/@oliviaquido

MANILA, Philippines – The Miss Universe organization announced on Wednesday that Filipino-American entrepreneur and skin care expert Olivia Quido-Co has been named vice president for global partnerships of the organization. 

Quido-Co, who initially served and will continue as the CEO and President of the Miss Universe Skincare and Spa division, took to Instagram to share the exciting news of her additional role at the organization. 


“I am thrilled to accept my new role as Vice President for Global Partnerships of the Miss Universe Organization. As your Vice President, I will be focusing on implementing and expanding our mission driven work and corporate social responsibility around the world,” she wrote. 


“I will also be working with our many franchise partners and National Directors with Mario VP of International Relations – I can’t wait to get to know you all better! I look forward to having very fruitful and productive communication with you going forward,” she said.

“I have an open line – let’s work hand in hand to make this new era of Miss Universe a historical success, trailblazing for the next generation of queens to enjoy. We have a presence in nearly 100 countries, and I look forward to further growth in this area,” added Quido-Co. 

The Fil-Am businesswoman also expressed her continued enthusiasm with her existing role as head of the skincare and spa department of the Miss Universe organization.

“I will also be working closely with our many sponsors and corporate partners, in addition to my existing work as the CEO and President of Miss Universe Skincare and Spa. We have many plans to expand those programs as well!” she said.

The California-based beauty expert has been the official skincare provider of the Miss Universe pageant for years now and has been also tapped as one of the judges of the pageant in 2023. 

Meanwhile, Anne Jakrajutatip of JKN Global Group also embarked on a new era as they sold 50 percent of their total shares of the Miss Universe brand to Mexico-based company Legacy Holding as part of a “strategic investment” to “enhance and strengthen the capabilities” of the organization.

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